See The Smallest Country In The World With Total Population Of 6 Persons

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There is a very tiny country in the world that has about six people only as there population,  the wife of the President has multiple and very important responsibilities to take.

The name of this country is the Republic of Molossia, which was founded in the year 1977.

The land area is about 0.025 square kilometers, and they are about six people in it.

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It is the smallest country the world ever had; at first, the establishment of the Republic Molossia was located in Europe but later moved to North America for some reason, and now they are located in the desert region of the state of Wanda in the United States.

However, the country is too small, but they claim to have their independent constitutions, even though it is located in the desert, he claims to have its navy, they have bank, currency, post office and telecommunication office etc.

Because they are living in desert their main source of life is to buy food in town far away from them. Because they don’t have any country to establish diplomatic relations, they are not recognized by other countries in the world, but their President has always believed that the existence of a country never needs to be recognized by other countries.

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Because Moloch’s population is relatively small, even the President’s wife has multiple roles. The President’s wife also has a very important responsibility, which is to increase the population of this country. At the beginning of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, there were only four people, but later the wife of the President gave birth to two, so it became six people. The duties of the President’s wife are very important, and the continuation of the country depends on her.

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